Conferences

Conferences

 

Upcoming Conferences and Events


​​Past Conferences and Even​ts

  • Mar
    Fri
    21
    2014

    SYMPOSIUM POSTPONED: The Life Cycle of the High Tech Company

    DUE TO FACTORS BEYOND OUR CONTROL, THE SYMPOSIUM HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL THE FALL.  NEW DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON.
    Co-sponsored by the NYS Bar Business Law Section

  • Apr
    Thu
    25
    2013

    Book Manuscript Workshop

    Workshop on Fabrizio Cafaggi's manuscript on transnational private regulation

  • Apr
    Thu
    11
    2013

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    Apr
    Fri
    12
    2013

    Conference on Human Rights, Gender and the Law: The State of Equality in Comparative Perspective

    Speakers include Professor Hilary Charlesworth, Australian National University and 2013 Visiting Stoneman Professor, and Professor Patricia Williams, Columbia Law School; additional speakers and schedule to be announced. Topics include law and issues of culture, feminist contributions and approaches to U.S. and international law, violence against women and women and health and medicine. 

  • Mar
    Fri
    22
    2013

    Willowbrook Conference: Fulfilling the Promise

    Reschdueld from November 2 due to Superstorm Sandy. This conference will examine the history and impact of the landmark Willowbrook litigation. Sponsored by Government Law Center and the Civil Rights and Disabilities Law Clinic at Albany Law School.

  • Jan
    Fri
    18
    2013

    Capital District Feminist Studies Consortium Inaugural Meeting

    Consortium created to provide an opportunity for interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration among those in the greater Capital District interested in feminist and gender studies.

  • Oct
    Wed
    17
    2012

    Mining Treasures: A Decade of Hugh R. Jones Memorial Lectures

    Guest Speaker: Hon. Judith S. Kaye, Chief Judge of the State of New York (retired); co-sponsored by the Fund for Modern Courts. Reception to follow.

  • Oct
    Thu
    11
    2012

    Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology Symposium: From the Page to the Pill: Women's Reproductive Rights and Law

    The forum will explore whether the law can and should mandate health insurance provider coverage of women's contraceptives, as well as look at legislation currently affecting women's reproductive rights.​​​​​

  • Sep
    Fri
    28
    2012

    Municipal Law and Planning: A Local Perspective on Hydrofracking

    Legal and practical aspects of land use planning in the face of high volume hydraulic fracturing; sponsored by law firm of Sive, Paget & Riesel

  • Sep
    Thu
    27
    2012

    Albany Law Review Symposium: What are We Saying? Violence, Vulgarity, Lies ... and the Importance of 21st Century Free Speech

    Citizens v. Federal Election Commission debate and panel discussion on U.S. Supreme Court's recent freedom of speech decisions and the implications of these cases on American society; CLE credits are available.

  • Aug
    Tue
    14
    2012

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    Aug
    Wed
    15
    2012

    2012 Annual Saratoga Institute on Racing and Gaming Law

    The Racing and Gaming Law Program of the Government Law Center of Albany Law School is an annual program dedicated to exploring the legal and public policy implications of racing and gaming in New York State and the nation.

  • Jun
    Thu
    07
    2012

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    Jun
    Sat
    09
    2012

    The Civil War on Trial: Legal Issues that Divided a Nation

    Scholars from around the country will convene at a major public conference at Albany Law School in June for “The Civil War on Trial: Legal Issues that Divided a Nation” to discuss the legal issues that led to and defined the Civil War and post-war reconstruction.

  • Apr
    Fri
    13
    2012

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    Apr
    Sat
    14
    2012

    Africa and International Law: Taking Stock and Moving Forward

    Co-Sponsored by: The African Interest Group of the American Society of International Law

  • Mar
    Fri
    30
    2012

    Setting and Assessing Learning Objectives from Day One

    Albany Law School’s Center for Excellence in Law Teaching (CELT) hosted a national conference on “Setting and Assessing Learning Objectives from Day One” for law school faculty and administrators on March 30, 2012.

  • Mar
    Thu
    29
    2012

    Public Budgets: Building a Better Budget

    Albany Government Law Review symposium on public budgets at the federal, state and municipal levels.

  • Mar
    Thu
    08
    2012

    The State of State Courts: Sixth Annual Chief Judge Lawrence H. Cooke Symposium

    State chief justices from around the country will gather to discuss "The State of State Courts" in the law school’s Dean Alexander Moot Courtroom on Thursday, March 8, 2012, at 1:00 p.m.

  • Feb
    Fri
    03
    2012

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    Feb
    Sat
    04
    2012

    Sharing Scholarship, Building Teachers

    The 2012 Northeast Regional Scholarship and Teaching Development Workshop.

  • Nov
    Fri
    11
    2011

    Interviewing and Counseling: A Teaching Workshop

    A hands-on collaborative workshop that addresses significant challenges in teaching interviewing and counseling.

  • Nov
    Thu
    03
    2011

    Emerging Issues in Mortgage Foreclosure Affecting Tenants' Rights and Remedies

    Albany Law School’s Tenant Foreclosure Protection Clinic hosted attorneys and advocates from around the country to discuss “Emerging Issues in Mortgage Foreclosure Affecting Tenants’ Rights and Remedies” on Thursday, Nov. 3, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

  • Oct
    Thu
    27
    2011

    Prosecuting Nazi War Criminals

    Eli Rosenbaum, Director, Human Rights Enforcement Strategy, U.S. Department of Justice, speaks about his experience prosecuting. Sponsored by the Cardozo Society.

  • Oct
    Wed
    26
    2011

    Serving Those Who Served Us: A Training about Key Legal Issues Facing Homeless Veterans

    Albany Law School recently hosted Katrina Eagle, vice president of the National Organization of Veterans’ Advocates and a noted veterans’ rights attorney, for "Serving Those Who Served Us: Key Legal Issues Facing Homeless Veterans and How Attorneys Can Help" at the law school.

  • Oct
    Thu
    20
    2011

    Journal of Science & Technology Symposium: Cyberbullying from Classroom to Courtroom: Contemporary Approaches to Protecting Children in a Digital Age

    The Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology will gather law professors, educators and legal practitioners to discuss "Cyberbullying from Classroom to Courtroom: Contemporary Approaches to Protecting Children in a Digital Age".

  • Oct
    Thu
    13
    2011

    LGBT Rights: Toward a More Perfect Union

    Jeh Johnson, the general counsel for the U.S. Department of Defense, delivered the keynote address at "LGBT Rights: Toward a More Perfect Union," a symposium sponsored by Albany Government Law Review on Oct. 13, 2011.

  • Sep
    Tue
    13
    2011

    Albany Law Review Fall Symposium: Protecting Workers' Rights in a Post-Wisconsin World: Strategies for Organizing and Action in an Era of Diminished Resources and Embattled Unions

    The Albany Law Review will assemble a panel of professors, labor attorneys and union representatives for the symposium “Protecting Workers’ Rights in a Post-Wisconsin World: Strategies for Organizing and Action in an Era of Diminished Resources and Embattled Unions”.

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